GREEN BAY - Green Bay Packers safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix caused a bit of a stir on social media Thursday with a post on Instagram in which he bid former Packers cornerback Sam Shields a fond farewell.

In particular, it was a passage citing Dom Capers’ play calling that caught the attention of fans and some members of the media.

🧀I only give respect when respect is due and Soulja ima miss ya. Thank you for showing me the game on the field and wit des Babies. Thank you for showing me what real is and being solid. Shields thank you for showing up every game and never complaining. Thank you for always stepping up to the plate at any giving time. Thank you for having my back. Thank you for lining up and playing whatever Dom capers called rather WE liked it or not you was all in. Thank you for being 1K and showing me what representing the G is all about and always remaining the same you told me stay down till my time came and it's here. I'll never look back or stoop down to fit in with nobody who ain't on my level I love you G dawg. As long as I'm in this league and you free up from the family and baby girls We hangin live the game you love through me. I'm gone get loose. God100 ENJOY YOUR DOWN TIME BRUDDA! BOUNCE BACK!!!! S A L U T E S O U L J A 37 Cheesehead 4eva thanks for paving the Way STICK. #Samshields37 #God100 #Cheesehead #Gopackgo #MIAMI #SOTAMADE #SPEEDKILLS #100 #BRUDDA4eva

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Some observers interpreted it as a not-so-subtle shot at the Packers' defensive coordinator.

Clinton-Dix took to Twitter on Friday to clarify his stance on his defensive coordinator:

So, it’s not Clinton-Dix who has problems with Capers’ calls, it’s his teammates. But he’s not going to throw anyone under the bus.

Wait, what?

We reached out to Clinton-Dix to see if he wanted to clarify anything further.

“Nah, I said what I had to say,” Clinton-Dix replied.

In truth, this kind of thing goes on in every NFL locker room. There isn’t a coordinator in the league who has every player buying in on every call.  That said, it’s an interesting peek behind the curtain at some of the dynamics at play inside 1265 Lombardi.